Bohumil Hrabal

Bohumil Hrabal (28 March 1914 – 3 February 1997) was a Czech writer, regarded as one of the best writers of the 20th century.

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Czech Literature - 20th Century
... Hauková, Josef Škvorecký, Egon Bondy, Jan Zábrana, Bohumil Hrabal) ... Bohumil Hrabal became the most prominent of the contemporary prose authors, with his works full of colloquialisms and non-traditional narrative ... and unofficial literature stood authors of historical novels (Korner, Karel Michal), and well as Bohumil Hrabal and Ota Pavel ...
Czech Poetry - 20th Century
... Josef Jedlička, Jan Hanč, Jiřina Hauková, Josef Škvorecký, Egon Bondy, Jan Zábrana, Bohumil Hrabal) ... Bohumil Hrabal became the most prominent of the contemporary prose authors, with his works full of colloquialisms and non-traditional narrative structures, and ... of historical novels (Korner, Karel Michal), and well as Bohumil Hrabal and Ota Pavel ...
Bohumil Hrabal - Bibliography
1975 Closely Observed Trains A Film by Jiří Menzel and Bohumil Hrabal, London Lorrimer Publishing Ltd, 1971 Closely Watched Trains A Film, New York Simon and Schuster, 1971 I Served the King of ...
Bohumil Hrabal - Life and Work
... Bohumil Hrabal was born in Brno (Balbínova ul ... According to the organisers of a recent Hrabal exhibition in Brno, his biological father was “probably” Bohumil Blecha (b.1893-d, 1970), who was a year older than Marie, a friend from the neighbourhood ... Blechová-Kalvodová, says her father told her when she was 18 that Hrabal was her half-brother ...